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E3B professor and ecologist, Maria Uriarte, teams up with Columbia statistics professor, Tian Zheng, to apply modern technology to save forests. Click here to read […] Read More

Connecting tiger conservation and slow fashion from central India to Brooklyn, New York: E3B alum Amrita Neelakantan and PhD student Sarika Khanwilkar shared their experiences […] Read More

Congratulations to the E3B graduating classes of 2019! On May 22nd, the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology celebrated the 45 graduating students from our […] Read More

        Check out these photos from ‘Crypts’ in the bone lab! Crypts is the osteology group that meets on Fridays and works on a […] Read More

Congratulations to E3B Lecturer Lisa Dale! Dale has been selected to receive funding in the latest round of awards for the Columbia University Global Scholars […] Read More

On May 7th, E3B celebrated the incredible research of our graduating class of Master’s in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology students. Check out the photos on […] Read More

E3B Professor Maria Uriarte is trying to understand how Hurricane Maria in 2017 altered plant life in Puerto Rico. Click here to read more from the […] Read More

Yale Climate Connections has released a radio story with Dr. Maria Uriarte about tropical forests! The story aired on April 25. Click the HERE to […] Read More

Sapient: The Undergraduate Journal of Biological Anthropology  hosted their “Sketching Skulls” event on Sunday, April 28. People were able to stop by to sketch and […] Read More

The Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Columbia University celebrate the life and mourn the passing of […] Read More

E3B’s annual PhD Dinner with the Chair event was held on April 23rd! Each cohort is invited to the Chair’s home to discuss their current projects, career […] Read More

Our E3B PhD student, Sian Kou-Giesbrecht, and E3B professor, Duncan Menge, published a paper on how nitrogen-fixing trees could influence climate change! To read more, click here: Nitrogen-fixing […] Read More

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